Nicki Minaj Tells Suitors She Expects It 'Three Times a Night,' Plus More of the Best Celeb Quotes of the Week
"I haven’t been on the internet in months. I have no apps on my phone, no photo editing apps. I have Peak, a brain game… The reason why is, it’s not real to me… I know my voice is very prominent, but I’m not careless with it. I’m selective."
— Selena Gomez, on only being able to update her Instagram from the phone of a friend she's given access to, in her Elle October cover story
"I want to help Colton. He’s never done it. And I have a lot. I’m really good at it actually."
— Jimmy Kimmel, playfully teaching new (and self-professed virgin) Bachelor Colton Underwood about "the birds and the bees," on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
"I think that’s actually what drives me to work and do my own thing and want to make my own mark. Because I want to be seen as my own person — even though I have all these amazing people in my life that I love so much."
_ Sofia Richie, on wanting to be known for her own work and modeling career rather than her high-profile relationship and family, on Australian talk show The Morning Show
"I go around at home like I’m just raggedy. Clean, but slobby. I’ve got shirts — my favorite shirt is 30 years old."
— Cher, on her relaxed off-duty wardrobe, on Today
"And I think I’ll just put it out there — I am so happy. I am thrilled to be so fit, so healthy and so happy and so hopeful. Sue me! Sue me if that bothers you."
— Kathy Lee Gifford, on being fed up with viewers telling her they think she looks sick or too thin, on Today
"They're one of the greatest brands of humor. It's just these images of people in their idyllic lives and these worlds that leave me like, 'I'm just a terrible parent and don't have it figured out at all.'"
— Blake Lively, on why she dislikes mom blogs, to PEOPLE
"Taylor Swift and Beyoncé have got that kind of thing covered, and they've got better legs than me."
— Paul McCartney, joking about why he records concept albums rather than modern pop records, on The Tonight Show
"I was so fragile... but the work we did and the demons I was able to get out were so healing... I don’t think depression ever goes away. I think we learn new ways to live with it and identify with it before it spirals."
— Ginger Zee, on the effect of eventually seeking professional help for her depression, on Instagram
"I’m with my baby. I just was like, 'La la la. Let's sing Mamma Mia. We're in Sweden.'"
"When I see you, three times a night! And if you can’t hang, goodbye. I’m not wasting my time... I hate cuddling after… Once I get mine, if I feel really, really great, leave me alone! Go away. Go make me some food or a sandwich or something."